Orrin Hatch (R-UT), the longest serving Republican Senator in U.S. history, announced Tuesday he is retiring from the Senate at the end of his term.
Orrin Hatch is 83 years old.
This has the political world buzzing about a potential Mitt Romney run to take Hatch’s Utah Senate seat.
The Drudge Report currently has a bright red headline which reads, “Senator Romney?”
Mitt Romney did something very interesting with his Twitter account which has everyone buzzing about a Romney run for the Utah Senate seat.
Look closely at two screenshots of Romney’s location on his Twitter account. The later screenshot shows he changed his location from Massachusetts to Utah.
First screenshot: 3:12 PM EST today
Second screenshot: 5:45 PM EST today
See if you can spot the difference. pic.twitter.com/OuxM7sc2cd
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) January 2, 2018
Romney did release a statement following Orrin Hatch’s retirement announcement, however; he remained mum on what his next move would be.
Mitt Romney is likely to run for the Utah Senate seat vacated by Orrin Hatch’s retirement, a source told CNBC